What is Money?
What is money? Really. It’s a token, receipt or an electronic note we get or give for some thing or some doing. It’s a convenient marker to interchange value.
Oh, and it’s also the most powerful WMD ever been used against us, for centuries.
A small group knows lots about money but they don’t want us to know what it is or how to use it to prosper because they are the ones who have been using it against us.
Maybe it has crossed your mind that something is wrong with money; that it’s not working right; that maybe the whole monetary system is broken; that “economics” is just being used to justify money failures; that maybe banks get richer because we get poorer. Mostly we ignore it because it’s there. Hmm? Continue reading
The Real Goal is, Eliminate the Electoral College
Many seem bewildered by the anti-Trump riots and demonstrations. And many keep trying to find a reasonable response. Give it up. You can’t reason with them with words.
Here is my take. They know full well that they aren’t going to overturn the election. These privately funded forces are being used to create pressure to destroy the Electoral College so they won’t have to deal with it next election. This is how the Left operates. Make a big deal over here to force the hidden agenda over there. The plan is to make enough trouble that Congress will move to abolish the EC to get some peace. Continue reading
‘People now experience the entire world as a form of bullying’
The political correctness movement that has swept college campuses, corporate America and mainstream life can be traced back to a few psychological trends.
Howard Schwartz, professor emeritus of Oakland University, has for years studied the psychology underlying political correctness, and in his new book Political Correctness and the Destruction of Social Order: Chronicling the Rise of the Pristine Self, he offers some clarity on why the term “snowflakes” is now synonymous with college students today.
Schwartz, who taught classes in social and behavioral science within its business school, said the term stems from what he calls “the rise of the pristine self.”
Campaign 2016 won’t just have lasting implications for American politics. It’s obliterated what was left of our news media
“Trump is considered so dangerous that many journalists are beginning to be concerned that admitting the truth of negative reports of any kind about the Democrats might make them complicit in the election of the American Hitler.” Don Emmert/Getty
Years ago, when I was an exchange student in the Soviet Union, a Russian friend explained how he got his news.
“For news about Russia, Radio Liberty,” he said. “For news about America, Soviet newspapers.” He smiled. “Countries lie about themselves, tell truth about others.”
American media consumers are fast approaching the same absurd binary reality. We now have one set of news outlets that gives us the bad news about Democrats, and another set of news outlets bravely dedicated to reporting the whole truth about Republicans. Continue reading
“Abolition Of Patriotism, Property Rights, Religion, Family…”
Of course, these days the concept of the Illuminati is much less a shadowy secret society bent on world domination than a cruel inside joke MTV has played out with borrowed symbolism.
But back in 1924, people were very worried about the Illuminati’s plans to take over the world by destroying it.
This article in the June 21, 1924 edition of the Joplin Globe laid bare the six “principles” or goals of the Illuminati:
First, the abolition of government.
Second, the abolition of patriotism.
Third, the abolition of private property rights.
Fourth, the abolition of all rights of inheritance.
Fifth, the abolition of religion.
— and finally —
Sixth, the abolition of the family relations. Continue reading
A few states have begun the journey toward offering a digital version of your driver’s license that would reside on your phone. But the going could be stop and go for a while.
Your driver’s license may one day be a mobile app. – MorphoTrust
The road ahead may soon lead to a digital driver’s license on your mobile phone.
The printed plastic driver’s license has been a standard for decades, acting not just as proof that you can drive but as an ID to verify your age and identity.
Getting issued a license is a rite of passage for many a teenager. The license has a status that transcends mere motoring.
Now, just as concert tickets, airline boarding passes, Starbucks loyalty cards and even your wallet are migrating onto your smartphone, your driver’s license seems headed down the same route.
“The world is changing, and a lot of transactions and activities that people do are now done in digital formats,” said Mike Williams, chief of communications for the Department of Motor Vehicles in Delaware. “You can do so much with your smartphone. You can pay at the gas pump. You can go to the grocery store. You don’t even need a debit card sometimes anymore. So this is just a movement in that direction.” Continue reading
Last fall, I got a strange request from the bank I’ve been doing business with for more than 10 years. For the first time ever, this bank asked to see our books. When we asked why, they told us that they needed to review our risk profile.
It seemed odd to me, because we do everything by the book and are about as low-risk as a grocery store or a dry cleaning service. Not to mention the fact that, through all of the various fees we have to pay, our company generates tens of thousands of dollars in revenue for our bank each month.
With nothing to hide, we complied with the request. And naturally, we passed our unexpected risk assessment with flying colors. The bank thanked us for our cooperation, but never really explained the situation to my satisfaction.
A month later we learned about ‘Operation Chokepoint’ Continue reading
The Nazi cabal that illegally seized power in the West by staging the 911 mass murder event is now close to collapse. This can be seen by the growing calls for the arrest of the top figures of the last Bush regime not only from world leaders but now even from establishment lapdogs like the New York Times. (SOURCE)
The fact the New York Times is running such an editorial means the traditional Jewish lobby has finally figured out that Neo-con was just a euphemism for Neo-Nazi.
If a few more key individuals are removed from power in the coming days, it will lead to the end of cabal fascist rule and freedom for humanity. These people include US corporate president Barack Obama, Japanese slave Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, secret UK dictator Jeremy Heywood and Federal Reserve Board head Janet Yellen.
The key person to bring down is US corporate president Barack Obama. Continue reading
Extraordinary images of hundreds of Central Americans climbing on top of lethal cargo train ‘The Beast’ in attempt to reach Mexico-U.S. border
This is ‘La Bestia’ – or ‘The Beast’ – which is perhaps the most treacherous train in the world.
It is not built to carry passengers, but that doesn’t stop around 1,500 migrants piling on board the freight train’s roof. (PHOTO ESSAY: Be prepared to be sickened by the Invasion!) Continue reading
Read the following and draw your own conclusions. As with most renderings, we suspect both truth and a bit of conjecture – but the decision is ultimately up to you.
Click on the title below… (pdf file)
Facebook and Google generation are too willing to surrender privacy says leading scientist
Young people too willingly surrender their privacy to Google and Facebook, a leading scientist warned yesterday.
Noel Sharkey, a professor of artificial intelligence and robotics at Sheffield University, said that older people were more cautious with their personal data. Continue reading
I have found it interesting that The Honorable Bennie Thompson, Congressman from Mississippi’s Second District, has been saying that Republicans are motivated by racism or whatever it was that he said. I have some familiarity Cong. Thompson, having lived and worked in his district for several years.
I took a position in a branch of a Mound Bayou community health center in Greenville, Mississippi. Shortly after my arrival, there was an anniversary celebration that was held at the main facility in Mound Bayou which was the very first such clinic that was opened under Pres. Lyndon B. Johnson’s War of Poverty. Continue reading
Years ago, a research study concluded that if all wealth were taken from everyone in the United States and then redistributed to every American equally, within five years the formerly wealthy would be wealthy again, and the formerly poor would be poor again. Think about that for a moment.
It may come as a surprise to most people that present-day millionaires rarely have a degree from Harvard or any other Ivy-League school. In fact, most American millionaires have only a High School education, and many never graduated High School at all. Few people know that Henry Ford, the founder of the Ford Motor Company, barely had an elementary school education, yet he built one of the largest and most successful American corporations ever to exist. Continue reading