EVERY DAY almost everyone on this planet uses money. Yet few people understand how money works and affects their lives directly and indirectly. Let us, therefore, take a closer look at what money is and what would happen without it.
First, the good news: Money is one of the most ingenious inventions of humankind, as it helps the exchange of goods and services and overcomes the limits of barter, that is, the direct exchange of goods and services. For example, if you live in a village…Continue
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This video was recorded on November 16 at the Gold & Silver Meeting 2011 in Madrid.
Nov 23, serves as intro
Once a year, the International Energy Agency (IEA) releases…Continue
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The Defense Authorization bill — a “must-pass” piece of legislation — is headed to the Senate floor with troubling provisions that would give the President — and all future presidents — the authority to…Continue
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The Senate is going to vote on whether Congress will give this president—and every future president — the power to order the military to pick up and imprison without charge or trial civilians anywhere in the world. Even Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) raised his concerns about the NDAA detention provisions during last night’s…
by William Grigg
Five-year-old Stockton, California resident Michael Davis has been diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, a clinical term often used to pathologize the predictable behavior of young boys. Like many other boys his age, Michael doesn't take well to prolonged "educational" detention, and…
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Why this massive mobilisation against these not-yet-fully-articulated, unarmed, inchoate people? After all, protesters against the war in Iraq, Tea Party rallies and others have all proceeded without this coordinated crackdown. Is it really the camping? As I write, two hundred young people, with sleeping bags, suitcases and even folding chairs, are still camping out all night and day outside of NBC on public sidewalks – under the benevolent eye of an NYPD cop – awaiting Saturday…Continue
This video has been removed as a violation of YouTube’s policy prohibiting hate speech. Sorry about that.
The videa has been removed multiple times now. And no, I see no hate speech? Just a warning to the police all…Continue
On November 10 a US district court judge upheld a ruling that cleared the way for the US government to compel Twitter to release “private” information related to three of its users. The ruling, which brings an end to a protracted year-long series of appeals, may have set a disturbing…
Consider the possibility that in the same way that the entire "legal" industry basically rests on the concept/word "law," the entire coercive political system basically rests on the concept/word "government."
To begin to see why this might be so, imagine a world in which there are some would-be-terrocrats and a population of enlightened individuals who either don't understand the word "government" or they think it's a silly joke. (For the purpose of this…
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By Jonathan Larsen and Ken Olshansky, MSNBC TV
A well-known Washington lobbying firm with links to the financial industry has proposed an $850,000 plan to take on Occupy Wall Street and politicians who might express sympathy for the protests, according to a memo obtained by the MSNBC program “Up w/ Chris Hayes.”
The proposal was written on the letterhead of the lobbying firm Clark Lytle…Continue
Friday, AntiSec continued their private war with law enforcement by releasing a staggering amount of information on law enforcement agencies across the country. AntiSec claims the recent leaks and dumps are made in solidarity with the Occupy Wall Street movement and motivated by a desire to retaliate against police for perceived acts of police brutality.…Continue
As cities across America evict encampments of the Occupy Wall Street movement, similarities of timing, talking points and tactics among major metropolitan mayors and police chiefs have led critics to wonder: Is some sort of national coordination going on?
Presented without comment, merely to confirm that the market as we know it, no longer exists.BCM Has Ceased Operations (source)Posted by Ann Barnhardt - November 17, AD 2011 10:27 AM MST
Dear Clients, Industry Colleagues and Friends of Barnhardt Capital Management,
It is with regret and unflinching moral certainty that I announce that Barnhardt Capital…
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The right-wing Daily Caller website has been anything but kind to Occupy Wall Street, even going so far as to condemn the protest movement as generating riots, murder, and arson.
But when a couple of Daily Caller employees were at Occupy Wall Street this morning, it was the very protesters…Continue
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This is, by far, the best article I have ever read on hare brained and quack scenarios and ideas. This man is sharp. Lemme post a piece:
Top Orwellian Comments Of All Times
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Philip Pilkington: Let’s begin. Most economists claim that money was invented to replace the barter system. But you’ve found something quite different, am I correct?
David Graeber: Yes there’s a standard story we’re all taught, a ‘once upon a time’ — it’s a fairy tale.
It really deserves no other introduction: according to this theory all transactions were by barter. “Tell you what, I’ll give you twenty chickens for that cow.” Or three…Continue
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Funds who buy up debts of countries mired in war and chaos have received payouts of $1bn and are due a further $1.3bn…Continue
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The American Civil Liberties Union has filed lawsuits - and in some instances, won temporary restraining orders - on behalf of Occupy activists in such places as Nashville, Oakland, Calif., and Trenton, N.J.
“There is no such thing as a beginning,…
Monday, November 14, 2011…
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An ex-ECB banker became "interim" President of Greece.
Likely, Italy will fall soon too. Mario Monti. The man was president of the Trilateral commission, is an active Bilderberger and…Continue