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The Zeitgeist Movement

The Zeitgeist Movement is a sustainability advocacy organization founded in 2008. The movement campaigns against the “monetary-market” economy which they argue should be replaced with a resource-based economy in which money serves no purpose. The movement is critical of fractional reserve banking. The Zeitgeist Movement was inspired by Peter Joseph‘s film Zeitgeist: Addendum, the latter of which described The …

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The Global Demise of Pension Plans

Elderly People

We have been saying for a long time that anyone in the western world who’s 10-15 years away from collecting their first pension payments, shouldn’t expect to get much, if anything, when the time comes. This is because, obviously, the economy has deteriorated as much as it has. It’s also …

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Clinton corruption: 10 facts about the Clinton Foundation

Just a few weeks back we introduced you to the work of Wall Street analyst Charles Ortel who spent the past year and a half digging into the Clinton Foundation and subsequently labeled it as a “Charity Fraud Of Epic Proportions” (see our full post on the findings here:  ““Clinton Foundation Is Charity Fraud …

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Kim Dotcom: the TPP ‘proves’ that Wall St and Hollywood own Obama

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The secretive multinational trade agreement the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) “proves” that Wall St and Hollywood own Obama, according to MegaUpload and Mega founder Kim Dotcom. In part two of Wired.co.uk’s interview with the infamous entrepreneur, we talk about international copyright law, NSA surveillance, Hollywood’s “backward, outdated licensing model”, Barack Obama and Dotcom’s political ambitions. …

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White House targets WikiLeaks and LulzSec in cyber-espionage report

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Amid a growing call for new cybersecurity protections in the United States, the US government has issued a report that reconfirms Washington’s interest in shutting down WikiLeaks and other underground information-sharing organizations. In Washington, DC on Wednesday, Attorney General Eric Holder unveiled a new White House report that is meant to address further the …

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The Wars in the Middle East and North Africa are about oil

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The Iraq war was really about oil, according to Alan Greenspan, John McCain, George W. Bush, Sarah Palin, a high-level National Security Council officer and others. Dick Cheney made Iraqi’s oil fields a national security priority before 9/11. The Sunday Herald reported: Five months before September 11, the US advocated using force against Iraq … to secure control of …

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The countdown to the break up of the Euro has officially begun

The results of the elections in France and Greece have made it abundantly clear that there is a tremendous backlash against the austerity approach that Germany has been pushing. All over Europe, prominent politicians and incumbent political parties are being voted out.  In fact, Nicolas Sarkozy has become the 11th …

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Real-World Tips For Getting And Staying Healthy

Until early last year, my physical and emotional wellbeing was nothing to be admired. I was working long hours, eating a lot of fast food and spending all my free time binging Netflix in total isolation. One day, as I stopped to catch my breath after going up just one …

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US prepares for overthrow of Venezuela

Venezuela CFR Contingency Report

Rigged polling, coordinated Western propaganda campaign, and open conspiracy to install Henrique Capriles Radonski as head of new Western client-regime. Image: CFR’s “Center for Preventative Action’s” Contingency Planning Memo #6 is in reality a blueprint for meddling in Venezuela’s elections and providing a framework to further undermine the government of …

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How Google tried to rig the election for Hillary Clinton

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The Obama administration’s revolving door with Google has been anything but subtle over the last eight years, and a new report from a government watchdog out this week shows the Silicon Valley giant hoped to extend that relationship to what many expected would be a Hillary Clinton presidency. According to …

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The story behind Donald Trump’s wealth

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Courtesy of The Money Project, a collaboration between Visual Capitalist and Texas Precious Metals that seeks to use intuitive visualizations to explore the origins, nature, and use of money. In this motion graphic video, we break down the full story behind Donald Trump’s wealth. Not only do we examine his major business successes and …

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How Greece was robbed by the bankers

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Every single mainstream media has the following narrative for the economic crisis in Greece: the government spent too much money and went broke; the generous banks gave them money, but Greece still can’t pay the bills because it mismanaged the money that was given. It sounds quite reasonable, right? Except …

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Colleges and universities fund start-ups

Colleges Universities fund start up

In a sense, few things can recommend a college or university better than a fabulous company that came from its start-up funds and was operated by its alumnae. It is a powerful recommendation; it is also a program increasingly popular among leading schools. Colleges and universities are now a viable …

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Greece plans return to drachma and nationalization of banks

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Greece is drawing up drastic plans to nationalise the country’s banking system and introduce a parallel currency to pay bills unless the eurozone takes steps to defuse the simmering crisis and soften its demands. Sources close to the ruling Syriza party said the government is determined to keep public services …

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British banker goes ‘American Psycho’ in Hong Kong

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The excesses of 1980s New York investment banking as captured best (and with just a dose of hyperbole) by Bret Easton Ellis’s American Psycho may be long gone in the US, but they certainly are alive and well in other banking meccas, such as the one place where every financier …

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US govt threatened Yahoo $250k daily fine over NSA data refusal

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The U.S. government threatened to fine Yahoo $250,000 a day in 2008 if it failed to comply with a broad demand to hand over user communications — a request the company believed was unconstitutional — according to court documents unsealed Thursday that illuminate how federal officials forced American tech companies …

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HSBC closes UK bank accounts held by Syrians

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HSBC has been accused of “shamelessly profiling” its customers by ethnicity after it closed bank accounts belonging to Syrian refugees and students in the UK just days after it was accused of discriminating against Muslim clients. Documents and email correspondence obtained by The Independent show that HSBC, which styles itself as the …

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Obama boycott: Major US news outlets refuse to use White House photos

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The coalition of major news outlets protesting the White House’s photo policy continues to grow, with McClatchy newspapers adding their name on Wednesday to the list of publications that will no longer print official administration images. McClatchy’s announcement that it will not be running official White House images in its …

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