Image: politico.com The following excellent article speaks for itself: Dear Hillary, Madeleine and Gloria: Full Feminism Demands We Say No to America's Deadly Imperial Wars Clinton does not have a monopoly on feminism. By Sarah Lazare / AlterNet Two powerful backers of Hillary Clinton attracted headlines—and outrage—this weekend when they uttered sweeping statements under the … Continue reading “Dear Hillary, Madeleine and Gloria: Full Feminism Demands We Say No to America’s Deadly Imperial Wars”
Big Pharma's dual attack of vaccines and prescription drugs are damaging the very foundation of biochemical health - the mitochondria. Source: Science: Big Pharma's Role in Iatrogenic Mitochondrial Diseases Caused by Vaccines and Prescription Drugs
Part I of this article can be found here: "The Time for Critical Thinking is Now:" Part I “The Great Lie is that this is civilization. It’s not civilized. It has literally been the most blood-thirsty brutalizing system ever imposed upon this planet.” - John Trudell Here is Part II: The time for Critical Thinking … Continue reading “The Time for Critical Thinking is Now:” Part II
Image: bp.blogspot.com “The Great Lie is that this is civilization. It’s not civilized. It has literally been the most blood-thirsty brutalizing system ever imposed upon this planet.” - John Trudell When are you going to wake up? Published on Sunday, 07 February 2016 12:09 Where to start? Copious evidence indicates the following: 9/11 was an … Continue reading “When are You Going to Wake Up?”
I have written on this issue before. But the following article presents this information in a more concise manner: The Constitution Revisited Sheldon Richman | @SheldonRichman I am mystified that so many libertarians still see the U.S. Constitution as a landmark achievement in the struggle for liberty. On principle alone, they should have become wary … Continue reading “The Constitution Revisited”
By Ellen Brown
Source: Intrepid Report
Remember those old ads showing a senior couple lounging on a warm beach, captioned “Let your money work for you”? Or the scene in Mary Poppins where young Michael is being advised to put his tuppence in the bank, so that it can compound into “all manner of private enterprise,” including “bonds, chattels, dividends, shares, shipyards, amalgamations . . .”?
That may still work if you’re a Wall Street banker, but if you’re an ordinary saver with your money in the bank, you may soon be paying the bank to hold your funds rather than the reverse.
Four European central banks—the European Central Bank, the Swiss National Bank, Sweden’s Riksbank, and Denmark’s Nationalbank—have now imposed negative interest rates on the reserves they hold for commercial banks; and discussion has turned to whether it’s time to pass those costs on to consumers. The Bank…
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