Exposing and explaining the economic enslavement of humanity, especially though the rigged money system that has created an economic playing field about as level as the deck of the Titanic – how it is being done and by whom. Proposing more workable alternatives to facilitate economic stability and liberation.

DEBT SLAVERY

The virus killing the economy – and the antidote

April 19, 2019 0

A Manifesto For National Economic Recovery By Kieron Mcfadden Okay, so the economy continues to cough and splutter like an old banger with kerosene in the gas tank. The occasional economic upturns soon dissipate into the […]

Corruption

America: is the parasite killing the host?

August 31, 2016 0

The following excellent article comes from Freedom magazine. It provides in our view a very concise account of how criminal corporations are operating parasitically upon what is at its grass-roots an essentially peacefully inclined and […]

DEBT SLAVERY

Conventional Economics is a Form of Brain Damage

August 24, 2016 0

This short video says it all. The authority of bogus sciences like psychiatry, economics and so forth are key flaws in our culture. We leave key survival endeavours in the hands of “experts” who present a […]

DEBT SLAVERY

The Worm in the Apple: banksters explained

July 26, 2016 0

  by Steve Cook We are hearing a lot about the banksters, the men behind the utopian tinkerers and architects of a one-world global tyranny. But what is it with these banksters? What is it […]

COMMENTARY

The Psycho-Puppets panic

July 22, 2016 0

This featured article from our friends at Your News Wire, if true, goes a long way towards explaining why Western propagandists have been engaged in a feverish but ultimately unsuccessful campaign to demonise Vladimir and […]

COMMENTARY

Leaving the EU can be a new beginning

July 22, 2016 0

The mere fact of leaving the EU will not all by itself “solve all our problems”. Far from it: departure will provide an opportunity to repair the planned cultural and economic destruction that has been […]

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