Gary ‘Z’ McGee, Staff Writer
“Money has the same relationship to real wealth that words have to meaning. And as words are not the physical world, money is not real wealth. It is only an accounting of available economic energy.” –Allan Watts
Our culture is suffering from a … More
Julian Websdale, Contributor
The name ‘Rothschild’ first appeared in the 18th century when Mayer Amschel Bauer established his banking empire in Frankfurt, Germany, and changed the family name. The Bauers were a notorious satanic family in Middle Ages Germany and the major Rothschilds remain master black magicians to … More
Gregg Prescott, M.S., In5D Guest
How close are we to the collapse of the dollar and complete debt forgiveness?
U.S. citizens will be the last to know that the dollar is worthless. Pluto entered Capricorn in 2008 and right on schedule, we saw the collapse of hundreds of … More
Susan V. Ferguson, Contributor
In every Kali Yuga throughout endless Cycles of Time, tyrants have sought to dominate the world — and failed. They will fail again. According to author Charles R. Morris, in December of 2007, the chairman of the Federal Reserve in the United States, … More
Mike Molyneaux, Contributor
A key to the great prosperity, technological advantage and military supremacy of the United States is the system of global commerce and finance that places absolute trust in the value of the US dollar and the credit-worthiness the Federal Reserve Bank. Essentially the system … More
Michael Snyder, The Economic Collapse
As we approach the 100 year anniversary of the creation of the Federal Reserve, it is absolutely imperative that we get the American people to understand that the Fed is at the very heart of our economic problems. It is a system of … More
Ida Lawrence, Contributor
Empathy for the poor and the homeless comes from somewhere, just like with all things, ‘been there… done that’ gives you the feeling of a particular experience. You have felt the disdainful glare… and it makes you tender hearted when the homeless man approaches. No
Andrew Gavin Marshall, New Dawn
So, who runs the world? It’s a question that people have struggled with since people began to struggle. It’s certainly a question with many interpretations, and incites answers of many varied perspectives.
Often, it is relegated to the realm of “conspiracy theory,” in … More
Michael Thomas, Guest
Many nations, including the US, have taken to the idea of “privatisation”, which really means giving the ownership or responsibility of a certain service to a privately owned institution -corporation- instead of opting for a transparent representative or democratic control.
The argument most often … More
Christina Sarich, Contributor
The bitcoin bittersweet disappointment that allowed hackers to devalue the latest Internet currency to nearly half its value in a day, after supporting the fallen Cyprus economy for months, raises the question… Is it a lottery?
As the economic activity of ordinary people continues to … More
Peter Russell, Spirit of Now
The love of money is the root of all evil. — 1 Timothy 6:10
Why do people value money so much? There is, after all, nothing very attractive about grubby pieces of paper, dirty metal discs, or digital records in a database. Money … More
J.P. Hicks, Contributing Writer
Since the theft of depositors in Cyprus, Bitcoin has reached amazing new heights in both popularity and value. Over a $1 billion of Bitcoins are now in circulation. People all over the world are beginning to realize the value of financial anonymity and the … More
Alex Pietrowski, Staff Writer
In today’s America, debt is a regular part of life. It drives our economy and enables our culture. Due to the expense of higher education, rising cost of living, consumerism, and the ongoing dollar crisis, it is becoming evermore difficult to live in … More
Is Bitcoin now a safe haven currency? It wasn’t long ago when it was considered merely an interesting crypto-currency to buy illegal drugs on Silk Road. Now, citizens all over Europe appear to be flocking to Bitcoin as the European finance vultures circle above.
Europeans woke up this … More
Remember the good old days when gasoline only cost $1.50/gallon way back in the ancient times of 2000? Why does it cost more than double that today ($3.71)? A gallon of gas is still a gallon of gas, so it seems obvious that the dollar has … More
Anna Hunt, Staff Writer
Marriam-Webster’s definition of addiction is: “compulsive need for and use of a habit-forming substance (as heroin, nicotine, or alcohol) characterized by tolerance and by well-defined physiological symptoms upon withdrawal; broadly: persistent compulsive use of a substance known by the user to be harmful.”
Just … More
JG Vibes, Contributing Writer
Since the market crashes and bailouts that took place in 2008 it has been no secret that the world economy is on shaky ground. For years, those of us who were concerned about the future have been wondering and speculating as to what mediums … More