by Richard K. Moore, New Dawn Let me issue and control a nation’s money and I care not who writes the laws. – Mayer Amschel […]
Photo from casascius.com When the FBI shut down the Silk Road, an internet black market, in October it also seized the accused owner’s assets and […]
by Timothy Alexander Guzman “Home life ceases to be free and beautiful as soon as it is founded on borrowing and debt” Henrik Ibsen According to Oxford […]
Andrew Dilks, Contributor These days, describing the big banks as criminal syndicates extorting billions from the public is hardly sticking one’s head above the parapet: the […]
The United States has accumulated over $70 trillion in unreported debt, an amount nearly six times the declared figure, according to a new study by […]
by Michael Snyder According to a study that was just released by Boston Consulting Group, the wealthiest one percent now own 39 percent of all the wealth in […]
by Martin Murphy, Contributor I was pondering the question: ‘If there was a panacea for the challenges we all face, what would it be?’ My research […]
Tehran and Pyongyang are in talks about possible exports of Iranian oil to North Korea, Iran’s oil ministry said on Saturday. “We have had, and […]
by Alex Robertson Satoshi Nakamoto is a pioneer, a mystery, and a potential saviour. Having created what many would consider to be one of the most […]
by Anthony Gucciardi We’ve seen similar scenarios in the past, events in which the massive financial power of multi-national corporations is able to buy out legislators […]
The U.S. government, in all its wisdom, treats hemp and marijuana in the same manner. Despite one offering no psychoactive effects (hemp) and the other offering psychoactive effects (marijuana), both are against the law.
Italy’s former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has been sentenced to one year in jail after a wiretap trial linked to a 2005 banking scandal.
Capitalism is based on managing its inherent crises. It is also based on the need to maximise profit, beat down competitors, cut overheads and depress wages. In the 1960s and 70s, in the face of increasing competition from abroad, the US began to outsource manufacturing production to bring down costs by using cheap foreign labour. Other countries followed suit. Even more jobs were lost through the impulse to automate. To provide a further edge, trade unions and welfare were attacked in order to suppress wages at home. Problem solved. Or was it?
Bill Gates is primarily known as the multi-billionaire who Microsoft, the company behind the most popular computer operating system known as Windows. With this massive wealth, he has retired from leading Microsoft and now instead focuses his money and time on furthering genetically modified technology, geoengineering, experimental vaccinations, and preaching about how Monsanto is the answer to world hunger.
by Alex Peitrowski, Contributor The tiny Nordic European island country of Iceland is presently experiencing one of the greatest economic comebacks of all time. After the privatization […]