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You are not poor when you have no money,” she said, “you are poor when you have nothing to offer – except for the elderly and the sick, to whom we should all be offering.”

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A determination to ‘move beyond anger to creativity’ is driving a strong barter economy in some places.
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I did ask quite a few people about the concept of $less society. For most, it seem to abstract to even debate. A few wondered "what if" but it doesn't really take much imagination. I used to witness such system working (long time ago) and it is possible. All it takes is to perceive the other person as someone like us instead of someone much different - as they want us to believe and abandon the idea of gain (with exception of electronic circuits ).
Humming along this song - John Lennon - Imagine - YouTube will definitely help

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I think it is time for California to start learning from the Lessons of the Greece People :
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Monty Pelerin's World » California Imploding Just Like Greece

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Lady Thatcher’s axiom regarding Socialism has come to California. They have “run out of other people’s money” at least in the sense that tax revenues are plunging. The table below shows the accounting results of a dying economy.

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A determination to ‘move beyond anger to creativity’ is driving a strong barter economy in some places.

Besides when a blue pole goes against its Nature...you end up with the Present Result




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What is wrong with this picture?

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ANIMAL BEHAVIOR: Mass Stranding of Dolphins in Brazil - 30 Beached Mammals Rescued! - YouTube

MASS FISH DIE-OFF: Dolphins Are Dying in Record Numbers in the Atlantic Ocean! - YouTube

Disoriented dolphins?? By WHAT?

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interesting turn of events ( principle of Polarity ) youth vs old guard




Saudi Arabia: the youth begins to move
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The Arab Spring is slowly forward in Saudi Arabia, where the discontent seems to win new segments of society.
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The Arab Spring is slowly forward in Saudi Arabia, where the discontent seems to win new segments of society. This time, it is students who have demonstrated their desire for change in a petition posted on a blog (youthpetition.wordpress.com) and has already gathered over 2,400 signatures. This form of protest came as the authorities show of firmness in dealing with street protests that occur frequently in certain regions of the Wahhabi kingdom, one of the most closed countries in the world.

The text posted on the Internet is an "unprecedented audacity," wrote the daily As Safir in its Tuesday edition. Young people express their rejection of "supervision" exercised by "the religious authorities on society" and denounce the use of "force, power and influence" and "the destruction of others." Entitled "The Manifesto of the Saudi youth to protect freedoms and culture of difference", the petition rejected "the paternalistic tutelage," alluding to the domination of society by political and religious powers, which form a alliance since the founding of the Wahhabi kingdom.

"We know our rights and duties, say the young Saudis in the petition. We do not allow anyone to question our patriotism or our Islam. We do not allow, either, that any current or movement speaks for us, claiming a monopoly of representing us, guide us, advise us, or to exercise guardianship over us because you want us protect and immunize us against the ideas that are inconsistent with his belief system. " The petition violently attacks the religious authorities, accused of practicing "the politics of eliminating all those who do not agree with them."

This petition coincides with the testimony of an eminent jurist and theologian Saudi Oweilet Abdullah, who has sharply criticized the closure of all institutions and businesses, including bakeries and pharmacies, at the hour of prayer for 30 to 40 minutes, which paralyzes the country several times a day. A few weeks ago, the Saudi students were violently repressed by police after protesting on campuses of several universities to demand better conditions for women.

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here is an example of the above theory ... and a veil being unveiled

Episode 273 — RT

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Max Keiser and co-host Stacy Herbert discuss the return of the Silver Liberation Army as JP Morgan’s Blythe Masters claims the bank does not manipulate silver prices. They also discuss JP Morgan’s “London whale” breaking the credit default swap (CDS) index market with massive prop position. In the second half of the show, Max talks to author Pierre Jovanovic about Blythe Masters’ role at JP Morgan and the similarities between the world today and France of the 18th century on the eve of revolution.
try to share this info as we know The Universe is all Wave .... make this one a big wave .... karma also has a role to play



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Iceland Wipes Out Citizen´s Debt! Bankers On Trail!?, page 1

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This is awesome. It shows when the people DO STAND UP they have more power and win against the corrupt bankers and politicians of a country. Iceland is forgiving and erasing the mortgage debt of the population. They are putting the bankers and politicians on the "Bench of the Accused." Which means I assume they are putting them on trial for corruption.

Now the rest of people of the world need to start doing the same thing. We all need to stand up and against all the corruption and fraud of the banks and politicians that are puppets of the banks and corporations.
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Iceland’s special prosecutor has said it may indict as many as 90 people, while more than 200, including the former chief executives at the three biggest banks, face criminal charges. Larus Welding, the former CEO of Glitnir Bank hf, once Iceland’s second biggest, was indicted in December for granting illegal loans and is now waiting to stand trial. The former CEO of Landsbanki Islands hf, Sigurjon Arnason, has endured stints of solitary confinement as his criminal investigation continues.
Icelandic Anger Brings Debt Forgiveness in Best Recovery Story - Businessweek

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Iceland’s approach to dealing with the meltdown has put the needs of its population ahead of the markets at every turn.
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BREAKING; Qatar Military Coup "Rumours" Stir Bad Blood With House of Saud

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The rumour mill is churning in the Persian Gulf with unconfirmed reports of a failed military coup against the Qatari ruler.

There were even media reports that American military helicopters had whisked the Emir and his wife to a safe unknown destination in the aftermath of the failed putsch, said to be have been attempted by high-ranking officers.

Saudi news channel Al Arabiya reported earlier today a coup bid against Qatari Emir Hamad Bin Khalifa Al Thani. However, by midday, the story appeared to have been removed from Al Arabiya’s English-language website.

Iranian news channel Press TV toned down its early headlines of a coup and later speculated that Saudi-owned Al Arabiya may have been engaging in disinformation to undermine the Qatari regime, indicating a power struggle between the Houses of Saud and Thani.

The FARS semi-official Iranian news channel, however, insisted that sources within the Qatari royal entourage had confirmed earlier this week that there was a foiled coup in Doha.

Not surprisingly, Qatari-owned Al Jazeera news site ran no information on the alleged plot.

Whether the reports of this week’s failed coup turn out to be rumour or something more sinister, there is nevertheless no disguising the fact of underlying bad blood in the Gulf Arab enclave, both between and within the Gulf monarchies.

That may at first seem at odds with the “thick as thieves” appearance of the six states that form the Gulf Co-operation Council: Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, United Arab Emirates and Oman. All are Sunni monarchies that have aligned with the US-led NATO powers’ aggressive policy of isolating Shia Iran.

Saudi Arabia and Qatar have emerged in particular as militant allies of US/NATO geopolitics across the Middle East. They played instrumental roles in paving the way for NATO’s aerial bombardment and regime change in Libya; and they have been most strident in denouncing the Syrian government of Bashar Al Assad, calling for his overthrow and arming mercenary forces that are accused of committing atrocities and sabotage.
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King of Spain says he's sorry for going on elephant hunt - latimes.com

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MADRID -- The king of Spain offered an unprecedented apology Wednesday for going on an elephant-hunting safari in Africa while his subjects struggle with recession and high unemployment at home.

The Spanish public only found out about last week's Botswana jaunt after King Juan Carlos, 74, fell and broke his hip while getting out of bed Friday and had to be airlifted home for hip-replacement surgery the next day. By law, the king is required to inform the government of his whereabouts, but it's unclear whether he did that, or whether he specified the nature of his Africa trip.


Spain Is Doomed: Why Austerity Is Destroying Europe - Matthew O'Brien - Business - The Atlantic


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vTo crib from Keynes, Europe's policymakers have blundered in the control of a delicate machine, the workings of which they do not understand. They're not evil. But they're almost certainly wrong. Rather than consider the possibility that the economy might work differently than they think, they have settled on a simple message: The beatings will continue. Unfortunately, morale will continue to not improve. Eventually, you have to think leaders in Europe's beat-up countries will begin to wonder if life might be better outside the euro zone. Hopefully, the ECB will come to its senses first.

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continuing on our lifting some veils

Nigel Farage: Euro Break-Up Just a Question of How - YouTube!

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Check out what this Economist has to say ... really interesting .... especially about education

Keiser Report: Beggars Without Borders (E279) - YouTube

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In this episode, Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert discuss debt piles and thin dimes. They also discuss Christine Lagarde begging for money outside Penn Station while insider trading bankers 'charitably' talk to beggars at Grand Central. In the second half of the show Max talks to economist Michael Hudson about the austerity, debt and fraudulent conveyance.
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If you are you breathe.
If you breathe you talk.
If you talk you ask.
If you ask you think.
If you think you search.
If you search you experience.
If you experience you learn.
If you learn you grow.
If you grow you wish.
If you wish you find.
And if you find you doubt.
If you doubt you question.
If you question you understand
and if you understand you know.
If you know you want to know more.
If you want to know more
...then you are alive

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here is a nice article on the History of fractals and its Future ... it resonates very strongly with our discussion:

a bit long but worth reading : (think of Tesla and all the others who understood "As Above so Below"

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Fractal Past, Fractal Future




By IVARS PETERSON

On a clear, brisk morning, a child marvels at the frilled intricacy of frost splayed across a sunlit windowpane. In the laboratory, a scientist peers at the minutely branched structure of a cluster of gold particles.



A character in Tom Stoppard's 1993 play Arcadia asks, "If there is an equation for a curve like a bell, there must be an equation for one like a bluebell, and if a bluebell, why not a rose?" If you asked a mathematician how to characterize the shape of a flower or Jack Frost's handiwork or metallic sprays, the answer would probably refer to forms called fractals.

Fractals have invaded the popular imagination. Calendars, computer screens, and books feature vivid, phantasmagorical images of weirdly branched, wildly swirling structures. Cartoonist Sidney Harris depicts a refurbished living room decorated with squiggles. "We did the whole room over in fractals," the hostess explains. Composer-pianist Zach Davids turns the subtly varying fractal intervals between successive heartbeats into musical sequences to create "Heartsongs" -- a remarkably pleasing score without apparent rhythm, meter, or harmony.

The word "fractal" was coined only 25 years ago by Benoit B. Mandelbrot, IBM Fellow Emeritus at the Thomas J. Watson Research Center in Yorktown Heights, N.Y., and mathematics professor at Yale University. Based on the Latin adjective meaning "broken," it conveyed Mandelbrot's sense that the geometry of nature is not one of straight lines, circles, spheres, and cones, but of a rich blend of structure and irregularity.

Although irregular, many natural forms also show a striking property. A fragment of rock looks like the mountain from which it was fractured. Clouds keep their distinctive wispiness whether viewed distantly from the ground or close-up from an airplane window. A tree's twigs often have the same branching structure seen near its trunk. Indeed, nature is full of shapes that are self-similar, repeating themselves on different scales within the same object.
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During the late 19th and early 20th centuries, mathematicians constructed self-similar curves in the course of attempts to prove or disprove certain intuitive notions about space, dimension, and area. They described the curves as "pathological."

It was mathematics "skating on the edge of reason,( Harmonic Math )" remarks mathematician Hans Sagan of North Carolina State University in Raleigh. This byway was almost completely ignored by scientists. Such curves didn't seem relevant to their concerns.

Yet physicists were having great difficulty in answering seemingly simple questions about phenomena such as diffusion. When a person in a breezy room opens a bottle of perfume, how long does it take for someone on the other side of the room to smell it?

In turbulent air currents, perfume molecules take paths wispier, stringier, and more contorted than the routes they follow in a calm setting. "It's only with Mandelbrot's insight -- that all this wispiness involves those pathological 19th-century mathematical constructions -- that physicists were able eventually to start to attack those problems," says Michael F. Shlesinger of the Office of Naval Research in Arlington, Va.

One of the very few scientists who appreciated early on the peculiar geometric complexity of natural phenomena was physicist Jean Baptiste Perrin (1870-1942), who studied the erratic movements of microscopic particles suspended in liquids and remarked on the self-similar structures of natural objects.
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"Consider, for instance, one of the white flakes that are obtained by salting a solution of soap," Perrin wrote in 1906. "At a distance, its contour may appear sharply defined, but as we draw nearer, its sharpness disappears. . . . The use of a magnifying glass . . . leaves us just as uncertain, for fresh irregularities appear every time we increase the magnification, and we never succeed in getting a sharp, smooth impression, as given, for example, by a steel ball."

Mandelbrot had an advantage over Perrin and other predecessors in that he could commandeer computers to calculate and display stunning, unpredictable images of the extraordinary mathematical forms. Today, what 19th-century mathematicians could barely imagine can be speedily depicted and explored in three-dimensional, Technicolor splendor. Still, as graphic techniques continue to improve, "there's probably a lot more left to see and appreciate," notes Clifford A. Pickover, a research scientist at IBM.

Nowadays, fractals enter into scientists' descriptions of a wide range of phenomena, from the branching of air passages in the lungs and the flight paths of wandering albatrosses to the fracturing of a chunk of metal. Researchers are also looking toward the fractal frontiers.

Fractals have, for example, a potentially important role to play in characterizing weather systems and in providing insights into various physical processes, such as the occurrence of earthquakes or the formation of deposits that shorten battery life. Some scientists view fractal statistics as a doorway to a unifying theory of medicine, offering a powerful glimpse of what it means to be healthy.

Fractals lie at the heart of current efforts to understand complex natural phenomena. Unraveling their intricacies could reveal the basic design principles at work in our world.

Only recently, there was no word to describe fractals. Today, we are beginning to see such features everywhere. Tomorrow, we may look at the entire universe through a fractal lens .
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Home Owners Across the Nation Sue All Bank Servicers and Their Offshore Havens; Spire Law Officially, page 1

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""The laundering of trillions of dollars of U.S. taxpayer money -- and the wrongful taking of the homes of those taxpayers -- was known by the Administration and expressly supported by it. Evidence uncovered by the plaintiffs revealed that the Administration ignored its own agencies' reports -- and reports from the Department of Homeland Security -- about this situation, dating as far back as 2010. Worse, the Administration purported to endorse a 'national bank settlement' without disclosing or having any public discourse whatsoever about the thousands of foreign tax havens now wholly owned by our nation's banks. Fortunately, no home owner is bound to enter into this fraudulent bank settlement," stated Eric J. Wittenberg of Columbus, Ohio -- a noted trial lawyer, author and student of US history -- on behalf of plaintiffs in the case. "



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(Reuters) - Almost half of Britons believe Britain has changed for the worse during Queen Elizabeth's 60-year reign but most think that celebrations to mark her sixth decade on the throne will be good for business and Britain's character, a poll showed on Monday.
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The Julian Assange Show: Occupy Movement (E7) - YouTube

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The Occupy movement has united hundreds of thousands across the world to fight social and economic inequality. In the latest edition of Assange's very own interview programme Julian Assange meets with prominent Occupy activists who say their collective efforts target global institutions.
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Keiser Report: Planet Ponzi (E298) - YouTube

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In this episode, Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, discuss shamed, naive and unsustainable ponzis and the UK's Metropolitan Police's Total War on Economic Crime (or at least that committed by the bottom 99%). In the second half of the show Max talks to Mitch Feierstein, hedge fund manager and author of Planet Ponzi, about global ponzi schemes, asymmetric hedging and whether or not hedge funds do any 'good.'
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The Julian Assange Show: Cypherpunks, Part 1 (E8, p.1) - YouTube

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Cyber threats, hacker attacks and laws officially aiming to tackle internet piracy, but in fact infringing people's rights to online privacy. It's an increasingly topical subject - and the world's most famous whistleblower is aiming to get to the heart of it. In the latest edition of his interview program here on RT, Julian Assange gets together with activists from the Cypherpunk movement - Andy Müller-Maguhn, Jeremie Zimmermann, and Jacob Appelbaum.
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How Germans Botched the Spanish Bank Bailout - Bloomberg

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Europe’s latest initiative to subdue its financial crisis fell apart in less than a day.
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Another great Pattern Seeker

Gerald Celente - Bill Meyer Show on KMED Radio - June 8, 2012 - YouTube



Gerald Celente - Alex Jones Nightly Infowars 08 june 2012 - YouTube

there are two kind of people who take pleasure in using their spit :

Polticians and "Wankers"
.... makes you wonder

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Uruguay: Another Latin American country goes against US drug policy - CSMonitor.com

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Uruguay is considering legalizing and regulating marijuana sales in an effort to cut cocaine consumption and remove a significant source of funding for criminal groups, reports InSight Crime.
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"For the first time in my career, I see the international establishment, sometimes called the New World Order, facing a crisis so large that its very survival is at stake. For the first time, these people are scared. There are not many of them. In his book, "Superclass", author David Rothkopf estimates that there are only about 6000 people at the top of the pyramid of world power and influence. They are mostly males, and at least a third of them have attended America's most prestigious universities. Most of the others have attended comparable universities in Europe.
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A Daisy Chain Of Debt: The problem is, the Northern European governments do not have any money to serve as lenders to Greece, Spain, or Italy. They are borrowing money at rates not seen before in peacetime Europe. These governments are expected to intervene and lend money to the Greek government. But every northern European government is now faced with the additional responsibility of being the lender of next-to-last resort to the large commercial banks inside its own borders. Who is going to lend northern European governments enough money to bail out southern European governments? Which lenders think this is a good idea today? At today's rate of interest, not that many. That is why interest rates are going to rise. But when long-term interest rates rise, that will lower the present market value of all of the bonds in the portfolios of the lenders.

So, on the one hand, investors have to pony up the money to lend to the governments, and the governments need the money to recapitalize the banks in their own borders. This leads to the next problem: in order for the lenders to lend money to a government, they have to write checks on their bank accounts. What happens if their banks should go under? Who will lend money to the governments? In this daisy chain of fiat money, credit, and debt, the European Central Bank is the lender of last resort. It is the lender of last resort because it has the legal authority to create money out of nothing. It can buy IOUs issued by governments, and it can lend money to banks, so that the banks can buy the IOUs of governments.


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3) The Ultimate History Lesson: A Weekend with John Taylor Gatto (Hour 3 of 5) - YouTube


HOUR 3 OUTLINE:

1. Corporate and Foundation funding of Education. The Reece Committee, Norman Dodd and the Carnegie minutes. (1:09-2:43)

2. Metaphysical Club, William James, John Dewey, Wilhelm Wundt and the shapers of 20th Century institutions. Charles S. Peirce and Pragmatic Philosophy. The Old Norse Religion. Truth and Justice, Oliver Wendell Holmes, and the Judicial System. (3:15-6:51)

3. Kant and the removal of cause and effect. (Rationalizing irrationality) The Critique of Pure Reason. Pragmatism meets Justified Sinning and the ends justify the means. (6:51-8:23)

4. Bertrand Russell's "The Impact of Science on Society", Fichte, cybernetics and influence of Utopia. Psychology and Pragmatism and vehicle of education. (8:24-9:39)

5. Literacy in the Colonies, Coopers' "The Last of the Mohicans", and "Common Sense." Thomas Paine and the Printing Press. The Complexity of Ideas. Teaching the "criminal" active literacy's and elite boarding schools. Obama, Bill Clinton. Populism and the Science of Speech. (9:40-17:11)
6. Yale and the British Class Tradition. Harvard and the Unitarians. The Massachusetts School Committee. Fabian Socialism and the Wolf in Sheep's Clothing. Beatrice Webb, the niece of Herbert Spencer. "Root Hog, of Die!" "Kill them with kindness. Vs. kill the brutes." (17:11- 21:12)

7. The London School of Economics, Arthur Balfour and the Society for Psychical Research. William T. Stead, Cecil John Rhodes. The Avengers, James Bond the License to Kill (21:13-22:43)

8. The Natural Instinct and the Arch of Life. Congregationalists. Martin Luther. "Every Man his Own Priest." Dissenting independent Religions in the new world. No continuous governments vs. the preservation of hierarchy (22:43-27:04)

9. Intellectual self defense. Oscar Callaway, J.P. Morgan interests and media control. Harry Truman calls out Rockefeller. "Virtual Global Society", World War II and the inability to replace German losses. War Profiteering and Foreclosing the Freedom of Speech. (27:04-30:47)
10. Carroll Quigley and the Council on Foreign Relations. "Tragedy and Hope" and the "story not as delivered." The printing controversy, Quigley's mastery of prose and his admission of agreement. "The Anglo-American Establishment" (30:47-39:35)

11. Revisiting Charles Darwin's "Descent of Man." Francis Galton and the institutionalizing the anti-educational nature. (39:54-42:49)

12. The Cato Institute. Adam Smith and the "Theory of Moral Sentiments." The religion of Libertarian Capitalism (42:11-42:50)

13. Ben Franklin as the "ultimate pragmatist." The Printing Press, the Postal Service, and the University of Pennsylvania. Franklin and the German Pietist groups. (42:50-50:06)

14. Thomas Edison goes west and "The Grand Trunk Herald." (50:07-53:30)

15. Documented history as birthright. The colossal crime, Thomas Malthus and "climbing the mountain." (53:30-55:20)

16. Lippmann, Bernays and Spinoza. "Tractatus Theologico-Politicos." Thomas Jefferson's "Notes on the State of Virginia." The secular religion and the Church of England. (55:20-57:46)

17. "Machiavelli as a fountain of utility for the Borgias." Hobbes "Leviathan" How to maintain power over "the great unwashed." (57:46-100:39)
End of Tape/ Hour 3 -- The contradiction of national policy and the Trilateral Commission. "The Crisis of Democracy". Power is never where it seems to be. The Great Books. End.

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Responsibility misused by politicians: study

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The concept of responsibility is being used by politicians as a distraction from the real problems in society, which have to do with inequality according to research from the University of Exeter.
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Thomas Payne, Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson and Arthur
Brisbane all embodied in one personality; Henry George, who
cared so much for all humanity.

And to the living, boundless Universe.
Orfeo Angelucci
the following Author describes the Yuga we are in quite correctly ... by mere observations

Henry George - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Henry George (September 2, 1839 – October 29, 1897) was an American writer, politician and political economist, who was the most influential proponent of the land value tax, also known as the "single tax" on land. He inspired the economic philosophy known as Georgism, whose main tenet is that people should own what they create, but that everything found in nature, most importantly the value of land, belongs equally to all humanity. His most famous work, Progress and Poverty (1879), is a treatise on inequality, the cyclic nature of industrial economies, and the use of the land value tax as a remedy.

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One day during 1871 George went for a horseback ride and stopped to rest while overlooking San Francisco Bay. He later wrote of the revelation that he had:“ I asked a passing teamster, for want of something better to say, what land was worth there. He pointed to some cows grazing so far off that they looked like mice, and said, 'I don't know exactly, but there is a man over there who will sell some land for a thousand dollars an acre.' Like a flash it came over me that there was the reason of advancing poverty with advancing wealth. With the growth of population, land grows in value, and the men who work it must pay more for the privilege.[15] ”


Furthermore, on a visit to New York City, he was struck by the apparent paradox that the poor in that long-established city were much worse off than the poor in less developed California. These observations supplied the theme and title for his 1879 book Progress and Poverty, which was a great success, selling over 3 million copies. In it George made the argument that a sizeable portion of the wealth created by social and technological advances in a free market economy is possessed by land owners and monopolists via economic rents, and that this concentration of unearned wealth is the main cause of poverty. George considered it a great injustice that private profit was being earned from restricting access to natural resources while productive activity was burdened with heavy taxes, and indicated that such a system was equivalent to slavery—a concept somewhat similar to wage slavery. This is also the work in which he made the case for a "land tax" in which governments would tax the value of the land itself, thus preventing private interests from profiting upon its mere possession, but allowing the value of all improvements made to that land to remain with investors.[16][17]

Henry George later in life.

George was in a position to discover this pattern, having experienced poverty himself, knowing many different societies from his travels, and living in California at a time of rapid growth. In particular he had noticed that the construction of railroads in California was increasing land values and rents as fast or faster than wages were rising.[
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Celente: The 2nd American Revolution STARTS NOW! - YouTube

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Keiser Report: Big guy 'scandals' vs small fry 'crimes' (E309) - YouTube

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In this episode, Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, discuss 'scandals' for the big guys, 'crimes' for the small fry and they also examine, the worst businessman of the century. In the second half of the show Max talks to journalist and blogger, Teri Buhl of Teribuhl.com, about JP Morgan's $9 billion problem and the information about fraud that the SEC is currently sitting on.
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Brilliant Video - Revolution 2012: It's Time To Rise, page 1

Revolution 2012: It's Time To Rise - YouTube

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A MESSAGE FOR ALL OF HUMANITY ~ Charlie Chaplin - YouTube

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The time has come. Be the change you want to see in this world. Please help share the message. ALL INFORMATION REGARDING THIS VIDEO IS CONTAINED IN THE DESCRIPTION BELOW.
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Keiser Report: Fraud & 60 Orgasms (E311) - YouTube

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In this episode, Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, discuss why nobody is freaking about LIBOR in America, while JP Morgan caught doing an Enron on US energy markets and GlaxoSmithKline pays 10% of their ill-gotten gains for bribing doctors and scientists across America. In the second half of the show Max talks to Kevin Sara of the TuNur solar export project of Tunisia about solar exports from the Middle East and toxic derivatives exports from the City of London.


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